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'm nice. i'm going to start fidgeting now. yeah, that was take 4. and our director tom hooper came up to me afterwards and said we can move on if you want. for many reasons that i should really talk to a therapist abo about, i said no, no, no, we've got to keep going. i can go deeper and do better. i know it. we filmed for like another eight hours. >> jon: what? by the end of it were you just making up song parodies >> the song begins my character has just had her first experience as a prostitute. tom hooper just, the light hearted guy he is decided that experience should take place in a coffin. at the end of the day he's like how was the coffin? and i was like yeah. >> jon: why wouldn't i? that makes total sense. the last seven hours, no way. we didn't have to cut >> jon: you sang the whole song in a coffin >> we did one take like that. three quarters of the way even i was like this is stupid. >> jon: will that be on the dvd? oh, god, i hope not jon: normally at the end of these movies, les miserables it's a tragedy. >> are you trying to avoid something? >> jon: les mis... there's o
that both of them were left off the list is shocking. and then you've got tom hooper, who directed "les miserables," which a lot of people love. >> reporter: tom hooper's "les mis" also shut out for best director. so too quentin tarantino's "django unchained." but all four movies are up for best picture. go figure. two small independent movies got into the final five for best director, benh zeitlin's "beasts of the southern wild" and michael haneke's "amour." a foreign language film so far showing in just three theaters here in the u.s. 85-year-old emmanuelle riva is the oldest ever nominee for best actress. this year the category also includes the youngest ever nominee -- >> who the man? >> i'm the man! >> 9-year-old quvenzhane wallis. on the men's side, slightly more conventional picks. >> he has won before. he's won before. he has won before. he has won before. he has won before. >> reporter: all five best supporting oscar nominees are previous winners. but two of the actors left off the list, both from "django unchained," are not exactly slouches. >> what makes you such an expert? >
in hollywood. the fact that both of them were off the list is shocking. and you have tom hooper, who directed "les miserables," which a lot of people loved. >> reporter: tom hooper's "les mis" shut out for best director. so, too, tarantino's "django unchained." but all four movies are up for best picture. two small, independent pictures got in the final five. benh zeitlin's "beast of the southern wild." and michael haneke's "amour." a film showing in just three theaters here in the u.s. >> reporter: 85-year-old emmanuelle riva is the oldest ever for best actress. but two off the list, both from "django unchained" not slouches. no nomination for jamie foxx for for leonardo dicaprio. >> leonardo dicaprio is always the bridesmaid when it comes to the oscar. he's been nominated four times in the past. he's never won. this year, he didn't even get nominated. >> reporter: as expected, "lincoln" took home a dozen nominations, the most of any movie. i'm david wright, in hollywood. >> always a few
. and then you've got tom hooper, who directed "les miserables," which a lot of people love. >> reporter: tom hooper's "les mis" also shut out for best director. so too quentin tarantino's "django unchained." but all four movies are up for best picture. go figure. two small independent movies got into the final five for best director, benh zeitlin's "beasts of the southern wild" and michael haneke's "amour." a foreign language film so far showing in just three theaters here in the u.s. 85-year-old emmanuelle riva is the oldest ever nominee for best actress. this year the category also includes the youngest ever nominee -- >> who the man? >> i'm the man! >>
, it received 11 nominations including best picture, best director, tied for third was tom hooper les miserables and silver linings playbook. >> and now a new book, do the movies have a future, tony scott of "the new york times", dana stevens of slate and annette insdorf the director of film studies at columbia, and graduate film program there, i am pleased to have all of them here at this table right after we heard the nomination this morning, i think the biggest surprise was captain bigelow didn't get a nomination for "zero dark thirty". >> that was a big surprise. i think you know that although that is a movie that has been hamstrung a little bit by the controversy that has been gathering around it, having -- >> rose: how would you define the controversy? >> well, this is a movie a that on the one hand makes certain claims towards being, you know, not absolutely 100 percent literal but very journalistically accurate portrayal of the last ten years of the war on terror, from september 11th to the -- >> rose: what you are saying is -- >> in particular, there are sequences of torture or water bo
enough to do it. crazy enough to give us a go at it. i think tom hooper and the gang have redefined the movie musical. to just be part of that is unbelievable. >> reporter: and for television drama -- >> and the golden globe goes to -- damian lewis. >> reporter: and "homeland" stars damien lewis and claire danes walked off with aw5rds for their acting. there were plenty of split decisions. former president bill clinton made an appearance to introduce the film. >> wow. what an exciting special guest. that was hillary clinton's husband. oh, my gosh. that was exciting. >> reporter: "lincoln" lost out to "argo," as best drama, which also netted ben affleck a directing award. >> we got nominated for seven oscars including best picture, i was thrilled. if you can't be happy with that, your prospects for long-term happiness are probably pretty dim. >> reporter: and adele was on hand to pick up an award for best them from the movie "skyfall." >> oh, my god. i would like the thank the hollywood foreign press. i never thought i would say that. >> reporter: but the buzziest moment of the night
, celebrating my news director, tom hooper. >> hook how shameless you are this morning. >> it looks like i'm photo-bombing. but it's really a pose. what i also found out -- no, i was. i found out that eddie was once a classmate of a young prince william. take a look at this picture. >> look at that. >> there they both are. eddie's down low. and prince william's up top. and they're still friends today. or mates, as eddie says. and he did say it to me. and, everybody, that's the it's raining men edition of "pop news." >> that was fantastic. >>> let's get the weather, now, from ginger. >> they said they were killing the last pod. >> get into it tomorrow. >> big news tomorrow. >> let's get to ginger first. >> no problem. it is delta sigma theta's 100th anniversary. and i'm fortunate to be surrounded by a big crowd out here. and this is cindy. what are you celebrating? >> our 100th anniversary. delta sigma theta is 100 years old. we're here to celebrate. >> they're a great crowd. they're going to d.c. by the weekend, where it's going to be 70. really nice along the east coast, as we end this wo
. then benh zeitlin. >> those are new names, and this is fun. >> tom hooper from "les mis" didn't get a best director nomination. >> a lot of people were put off by how really intense those closeups were. >> ben affleck did not get a nomination for "argo." >> he so so beloved by that community. love that movie. >> this was a big shocker. kathryn rain bigelow did not get one for directing "zero dark 30." >> she won that big award the other night. so did the film. >> this is what i have never understood. how can a movie be the best picture nonee and the person who is responsible for making it so good is snubbed is this nobody has ever been able to explain that to me. >> you're right. >> in terms that i understand. >> of course, i'm not the sharpest tack on the board. >> emmanuell riva, she's 85, and the little girl was six years old, for "beasts of the southern wild." she's now, i think, 8 or 9. >> oh, you're enjoying it. >> still water. i was just checking. >> you were expecting a miracle? >> expecting a miracle. >> beyonce's post-baby body. this is unbelievable. it's been a year since blue i
tom hooper, we know affleck, quinton tarn tino, and catherine bigelow. >> president obama is sticking with his trusted chief of staff for arguably the most important position in his second term cabinet, given the challenges ahead. what's the reaction from the markets from foreign capitol and from jack lew as treasury nominee. u.s. economics editor for "the economist," and senior economics reporter steve leaseman. steve, first to you. what are the markets saying? what is jack lew's reputation in wall street and what do you see coming forward with debt negotiations? >> i think this appointment is being taken advisedly in the sense that it's a kind of wait and see. you know, from my perspective, having covered more or less -- more or less degrees, seven of the past treasury secretaries, jack lew does come to the table with a bio that perhaps has less independence in it than any treasury secretary i can remember. robert rubin, hailing from goldman sachs, salary summers was a renowned economist. paul o'neil from alcoa. there's nothing on lew's resume that suggests any measure of independen
for "lincoln." "life of pi" with 11 nominations. but a lot of people overlooked tom hooper for "les mis." ben affleck for "argo," not nominated. kathryn bigelow, "zero dark thirty" also not nominated. a competitive category. >> really competitive for actors and supporting actors. >> every one of the supporting actor nominees has won an oscar. >> that's why i felt it was time for matthew mcconaughey, and "magic mike." >> he's on the strip by himself tonight, unfortunately. >> joaquin phoenix getting a nod. >> that's a bit of a surprise. daniel day-lewis, with bradley cooper. hugh jackman, and denzel washington. >> it speaks, very quickly, it speaks to the strong year. when you see the number of snubs, so many great films. but each film cannot have its director nominated. >> and these are movies that audiences have seen and want to discuss. no tiny pictures this year. these are big, fat pictures that everybody's seen and enjoy. >> all right. thank you, chris connelly. let's get the rest of the headlines from josh. >> we're going to begin with new concerns about the flu. it is spreading from coa
. >> no kathryn bigelow, no ben affleck, that's really a huge pair of surprises. and tom hooper, not as surprising but also very, very disappointed. >> he was just nominated for the director's gild. >> he had a rough road. golden globe, he was out. this is a very surprising list. >> why do you suppose that is, both beg low and ben affleck were not nominated. >> i think that the controversy surrounding "zero dark thirty" has been really damaging, the notion that this is a film that's easy on terrorism is not something that's going to go down well with the membership of the academy. this is a pretty liberal group. this is a group that was not very pro george w. bush but i think also the film is long and slightly odd and it's offbeat, so people may just not have loved it. >> lincoln got the most nominations? >> yeah. "lincoln" came in with 12, which is not surprising. >> and that makes steven spielberg best movie and best picture. odds-on favorite or not? >> i would say so. life of pi has really nobody to be nominated for acting. so sally field, tommy lee jones, daniel day-lewis, those are three nomi
early oscar buzz for "les mis." >> not just affleck, but catherine biglow and tom hooper shut out the oscars, natalie, will be given out on february 25th. >> thanks. >>> chief correspondent, dave, that is the biggest headline right there. >> ben affleck not getting in for "argo." that movie had so much buzz leading up to this. >> people outraged? >> all over the twitter sphere, but one thing i'm happy for, this actress who's 85, she's been acting for 50 years. the oscars take place on her 86 birthday. it will be a great, special celebration for her. >> dave, thank you. >>> coming up, much more on the oscars. this is "today" on nbc these sweet honey clustery things have fiber? fiber one. almost tastes like one of jack's cereals. uh, forgot jack's cereal. [ jack ] what's for breakfast? uh, try the number one! i've never heard of that. [ wife ] it's great. it's a sweet honey cereal, you'll love it. yeah, this is pretty good. are you guys alright? yeah. [ male announcer ] over a third of a day's fiber. not that anyone has to know. fiber beyond recognition. fiber one. ti lucky charms?!
affleck, katherine biggingel low, the director of "zero dark thirty" was a bigger snub. tom hooper who directed les mis. quentin tarantino would have been a slightly more unusual choice but given some of the people who were nominated for director, some big names were definitely left off there. >> bill: at the same time, i heard someone make the point last night which i thought sounded valuetoid me, when you have ten pictures nominated now for best -- nine -- up to ten, right? not every director of every movie nominated is going to be nominated for best director. >> no. it is an interesting thing. it has changed -- the dynamic used to be if your picture was nominated and you weren't nominated for director, it was a direct slap in the face. obviously that can't be the case. there are four people who will get slapped in the face no matter what if that's the case. i do think it's interesting that having lincoln now the clear front-runner but it is interesting that wasn't really a director's film so much as an actor's film. it is interesting that a few films like "zero dark thirty," like le
've seen in years and moving on, tom hooper for "les mis." i mean, those actors sang live for 12 hours a day, we had an intimate experience how could you not nominate that. nine best pictures. you have to have nine best directors. the films did not direct themselves. unbelievable. and katherine bigelow, this amazing film, "zero dark thirty," the last 40 minutes of that movie are some of the most intensive' seen in years. she took a ten-year story and compacted it to two and a half hours and gave us an incredibly emotional journey of jessica chastain's acting. by the way, what this does now, now that those three are out of the picture we're left with frontrunners, lincoln, versus silver linings play book. and interesting about "lincoln", a steven spielberg film has never won an academy award with best actor and actress, that will change with daniel day-lewis. and silver lining play book, first since "red", for all categories. >> the roan why the academy liked "lincoln" most of them actually knew them. >> exactly. >> that's a line and i stole it. >> they're just so out of touch. >> tucke
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